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#7 Digital Visual Culture 2

March 2013

This volume presents an EBOOK with a compilation of the best and most innovative research papers written during the MA course 'Software Studies: Images'.

Ebook: http://www.newmediastudies.nl/publications/ebook_no7.pdf

07-03-2013 mag 7 /
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Sense and Simplicity

by: Adriaan
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The Windows Phone-tiles are about content before chrome; they give immediate access to information instead of hiding it behind a metaphoric icon.
07-03-2013 mag 7 /
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The beauty of the Byte

by: Stijn
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A 3D animation in 4KB – impressive for its file size and its amazing graphics. Is it art? Is it craft? Or something completely different?
07-03-2013 mag 7 /
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Reductions in Social Network Visualizations

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ARTICLE: 'Reductions in Social Network Visualizations' (by @ellenbijster) #bigdata #dataviz #truthclaim
07-03-2013 mag 7 /
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Digital photography and its aesthetic

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Pierre Bourdieu‘s distinction meets digital photography on Flickr. My objective is to investigate the relationship between a cupcake and aesthetics.
07-03-2013 mag 7 /
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Reviving the Past

by: Siem
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A fundamental task for virtual archaeologists is to erase illusions instead of reconstructing the past as "truth"
07-03-2013 mag 7 /
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Magazine 7: Editorial

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Ranging from data visualization to cinemagraphs, Flickr, interface design and even internet memes; magazine no. 7 turned into a 200-page book, in which we celebrate digital visual culture at its best. Let’s briefly introduce this vast network of theoretical discourses and image making practices.
07-03-2013 mag 7 /
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From Muybridge to Cinemagraph

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From Muybridge to cinemagraph: an exploration of the cinemagraph in melancholic retrospect through Barthes’ notion of Death in Camera Lucida.
07-03-2013 mag 7 /
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Makes a Meme Instead

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Capturing the world in the form of Internet memes fits perfectly into the everyday aesthetics of our age.